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Pioneer BDR-211-S11 Ultra HD Blu-Ray-English

Introduction

After our test of the "LG twins", two drives with technically identical hardware but different software and external appearances, we decided to repeat the test with the triplets, the "Pioneer BDR-211 \ S11 Ultra HD Blu-Ray" series.

The basic model is the Pioneer BDR-211M, which is sold in different markets as the Pioneer BDR-211EBK (E \ Europe), the Pioneer BDR-211UBK (U \ USA), and the Pioneer BDR-211JBK- (J \ Japan).  These models differ only in which BluRay region is set, and all use the same Pioneer BDR-211M bootcode.

 

The Pioneer BDR-211JBK is available in Japan and Asia at a price of around 15,000 yen (   about $ 130 ).  The Pioneer BDR-211UBK was designed for sale in North and South America, and is currently available in the US and Canada; the price on Amazon is $ 119.  The highly anticipated European/Australian model, the Pioneer BDR-211EBK, has been announced in Europe, but is already available in Australia for $ 148  Australian.  We do not yet know for sure what the "European" price will be,but it will likely be in the range ~of 120 Euro  ~ 150 Euro.  The BDR-S11 models are available today in J and JX versions, and are available only in the Japanese market at ~ $ 250 for the BDR-S11J and ~ $ 350 for the BDR-S11JX.

 

All of the above models allow one to read Ultra HD Blu-Ray.  The required hardware conditions are identical for these models and are shown below:

Noticeable are the requirement for a SATA 3 controller, and the lack of official support for Windows XP.

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Minimum system/hardware requirements for Ultra HD playback, and for reading/writing BD/DVD/CD.

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The main components are identical in all three models.  Differences are in the various software provided as well as the front panel, housing, anti-dust system, and anti-vibration or system tray.  All differences are listed in the following table from the Japanese manufacturer's website.

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The tested burners are retail (boxed) versions with included utilities.  The following table shows information provided by the manufacturer.  The firmware in all test drives was 1.02 .At the time of testing there were no newer firmware versions available on the manufacturer's website.

Software

As mentioned above, the hardware versions for all drives are technically identical, that is to say, using a Resenas R8J32740FP42 chipset and mechanics, and Pioneer OPU.

I would like to acknowledge and say thank you for the great help and support provided by the co-author of this test - @jadburner.  Thank you very much for all your help and work. !!!!!!

 I’m also very thankful to @Misiek4 for the great help and support in winning the Japanese version of Pioneer BDR-S11J.

 

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